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Seachoice Flush Pull Rings are available in chrome plated brass or zinc for superior corrosion protection and an attractive appearance. 36601 and 36661 require (4) #6 fasteners, and 36681 require (4) #8 fasteners. Ideal for hatches, cabinets, and other applications.
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1-3/4" x 1-3/8"
1-1/2" x 1-3/4"
1-7/8 " x 2-1/2"
Can this item be secured into a tempered glass door to a wine cellar? (floor mounted)
I don't think so. The "cup" for the ring is about 3/8" deep. You would have to drill a hole in the glass. I don't think you can drill tempered glass.
I don't think so. Proper mounting requires chiseling out the substrate so it sits flush.
Without seeing exactly what you have in mind and the information you gave I would say no. Your glass provider would be helpful in that and maybe have some ideas. If the glass is set in a frame (like a door) then there may be possibilities.
Doubt you will find anyone to put the holes in the glass.
This is more of a glass question. There is no doubt the required holes and relief opening could be made into material. As I don't know anything about tempered glass I don't know if the holes and relief opening can be made in it. If they can then there would have to be some soft plastic between the metal parts and the glass (both the screws and handle) to kept it from point loading and fracturing the glass
I'm looking for a flush ring pull to lift up a crawl space hatch. Is this strong enough? If not, do you have any suggestions?
This ring will work but you must use longer screws.
It will be fine. Depends on the length of the wood screws used and the material into which they are screwed. The ring is strong.
I just purchased 4 of these to replace ones that are already in place. I have yet to install them but after inspecting them they seem strong enough to lift up my engine hatch covers that are quite large. The only problem that I can see is that the ring may be a little difficult to get hold of as there is no finger relief to pick up the ring. Other than that I expect them to work fine. Patrick
Seems plenty strong, but you must supply your own screws. I believe we used #10 x 1".
what is router depth of this item?
There are 3 answers to that. The square portion you see in the picture is 1/8". The round recess the ring is in when flush is 5/16". The small portion of the ring that is on the other side of the hinge sticks out to a total of 3/8" when the ring is extended 90 degrees.
What I expected
I wanted to use it as a pull to make sure a attic hatch is seated tightly down in its frame. The ring drops out of its holder if it is mounted on a ceiling surface. The hinge end of the ring pull is cam shaped so it could have a spring pushing against the back side to hold it in the retracted position.